Dont Like Turai? This Turai Ki Chutney Recipe May Change Your Opinion – Try It Today

Dont Like Turai? This Turai Ki Chutney Recipe May Change Your Opinion - Try It Today

Ever heard anyone saying, ‘I love turai’? Perhaps never! Also called ridge gourd, turai is one of the most common vegetables in an Indian household during the summers. Yet, it fails to win hearts like many other vegetables (read: beetroot, carrot, peas and potatoes) do. But let’s admit, we cook turai every alternate week. Why, you ask? Turai is infamous for its neutral taste, but has an enriched nutrient profile that helps benefit our overall health. That’s right! Turai belongs to the gourd family and is best known for its ‘cooling’ properties. Besides, it is loaded with vitamin C, riboflavin, zinc and other essential nutrients. These factors make turai a great option for weight loss, reducing body heat, managing blood sugar levels et al. Turai also contains antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties that help us detox and strengthen immunity against several seasonal diseases.

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We understand, turai tastes bland and can be super boring as a meal; but what if we say we have an amazing recipe that will make the vegetable tastier than ever?! You heard us. During our research for delicious turai dishes, we came across a recipe that won our hearts in just no time. Hence, we thought of sharing it with you. It’s a hearty turai ki chutney recipe.

This recipe has been shared by celebrity chef Anahita Dhondy on her Instagram handle. “You will never believe this chutney is made using Turai/ Ridge Gourd. I never thought Turai could taste this good. Turai is easily available in the summer and this chutney was ready in under 15 minutes. Trust me on this and try it out now now now!” she wrote alongside. Let’s take a look at the dish.

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About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.